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if he left behind anything that would explain his actions. but they tell us that there was no note, no letter, unlike some of the past school shootings where the people who committed them did leave detailed writings because they wanted people to know some message. >> and one other detail that struck me, you had a lockdown scenario in the school. he only visits this violence on two of the classrooms. other teachers and the other children were all locked down in their classrooms or other places. >> right. and we don't know why he chose those two classrooms. there was earlier misinformation that he chose the classroom where his mother taught kindergarten. this is something we still haven't nailed down. while it's clear she wasn't a full-time faculty member, there are people that say that at some time she volunteered at that school. >> but no other connection that he had to the school? >> not that we know of. >> thank you, pete, thank you for your reporting. >> you bet. >>> i want to turn now to connecticut governor danell malloy. i am profoundly sorry we are doing this interview this
lanza. >> to see if he left anything that would explain his actions. but there was no note, unlike other shootings where the perpetrators did leave some idea of why. >> he only visits the violence on two of the classrooms, other teachers and the other children were all locked down in their classrooms or other places. >> and we don't know why he chose those two classrooms and there was some earlier misinformation that he chose a classroom where his mother taught kindergarten. this is a fact we have never nailed dale. but some say at some time in the past she did volunteer at that school. but as far as the connection to this school, we don't know. >> pete williams, thank you for your reporting. >> you bet. >>> i want to turn now to the governor dan malloy, welcome to "meet the press" i am profoundly sorry we have doing this interview this morning. can you describe the last 48 hours have been like? >> i got a call at our office that a shooting had taken place at a school here in newtown. once we understand at least a portion of what had happened, got in the car and proceeded down to newtown
action behind the scenes. congressman, you're a californian. the supreme court is going to take up the issue of same-sex marriage with the prop eight ban in your state as well as the defense of marriage act on the federal level. do you think the days of same-sex marriage being not recognized, unrecognized as a civil right, are coming to an end? >> i think the supreme court will make the decision. prior to this election, every vote has only been it's only made it through by a legislator, not the vote of the people. in california, the people voted it down. we'll see from the supreme court. >> how do you see it? >> marriage equality is part of america's future. we saw that in state after state in the last election. the supreme court will take up the issue, and i hope that they understand as most of us do that this is part of our future. marriage equality and the equal treatment of people who have made this decision is part of what america is all about. >> final point, senator durbin. susan rice. will she be the president's secretary of state nominee and could she get confirmed in the
leave town today sir. [plane engine] hello eddie. how did you get here? i never explain my actions. you better explain to me i don't like no surprises. i have many more surprises in store for you if you try to run out on me again. i ain't runnin out on nothin. i was just hopping over to st louie to take care of that rat. that rat can wait parker comes first. besides being up so high makes me uncomfortable. i am much happier down below. scared huh. i abhor altitudes. [engine sputtering] hey what's that? engine trouble sir we'll have to go back to the field. what a strange coincidence. wipe that smile off your mug. i apologize must humbly. are you sure he said st louis? yes miss barbara. st louis st louis? i can't image what could take him there. and at a time like this with a thousand things to do. you should have done something albert. phoned me or stopped him or something. i tried to miss barbara but he gave me a push and out he went. that's ridiculous the judge is gentility itself he never pushed anybody. he never did any of the things he did this morning. from the first time he awake
for the wealthiest 2% of americans. >> the president said on election night, you voted for politics, not action as usual. you're saying what we can expect from republicans. what can we expect from the president to break that cycle? >> a willingness to sit down and explore what the best way to get through this is that's in the interest of the american people. not just now, but for future generations. again, we've been very clear about what investments we need, what savings we can do, how we're going to pay for that and how to make sure we're protecting the american economy from a broad tax increase on middle class americans. >> mr. secretary, thank you. >> nice to see you. >>> my interview with secretary geithner. and now for reaction and analysis, i am joined by our roundtable, cnbc's dynamic duo this morning, maria bartiromo and jim cramer. congressman chris van hollen. and grover norquist. has anything been said about you this week? i don't know. i can't remember. grover, i want to start with you as we get first reaction to secretary geithner. the line in the sand is clear, and that is that t
are willing to take those actions. and will there be resistance? absolutely, there will be resistance. the question then becomes whether we are actually shook up enough by what happened here, that it does not just become another one of these routine episodes where it gets a lot of attention for a couple of weeks and then it drifts away. it certainly won't feel like that to me. this is something that -- you know, that was the worst day of my presidency. it's not something that i want to see repeated. >> it hit close to home. >> absolutely. >> let me ask you about a couple of foreign policy notes. after the attack in benghazi, is there a need for more accountability so that this doesn't happen again, and do you know who is behind the attack at this point? >> two points. number one, i think that tom pickering and mike mullen who headed up the review board did a very thorough job in identifying what were some severe problems in diplomatic security. and they provided us with a series of recommendations, many of them were already starting to be implemented. secretary clinton has indicated t
that was going to work. look at how extensive the federal government actions they thought, some worked, some don't. the feeling was they were worth trying. that was your standard. that's what you said on friday. if it's worth trying, why not do it. that's your position on armed guards and a lot of people would agree with you yet nothing will having to do with gun safety and up seem to excuse the role that guns play in violence in in society. >> the gun is the tool. the problem is the criminal. every police officer that walks the street knows if you want to control violent crime, take violent criminals off the street. richmond, virginia, they had one of the worst murder rates in the country until they put out the word if you're a drug dealer on the street with a gun, we're going to pick you up and you're going to federal prison. they immediately cut murder with guns by about 60%, 70%. criminal operate outside the system. you got to get them off the street and into treatment. we're not doing this in this country. >> has the environment changed, mr. lapierre? the supreme court has confirmed gun own
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